Hull Kingston Rovers have announced via their twitter that recently promoted academy graduate Harvey Moore will miss the 2023 season.
Moore has undergone ACL and meniscus surgery and therefore won’t be appearing for the Robins until the 2024 season.
This news comes just two days after he had been assigned as a first team squad member highlighting that he was a key part of head coach Willie Peters’ plans.
Hull KR can confirm Academy graduate Harvey Moore will miss the 2023 season after under going ACL and Meniscus surgery.
— Hull KR (@hullkrofficial) November 30, 2022
Moore had been academy captain and was promotion to the first team in September with big expectations. However, this major setback will render him unable to play for the upcoming season.
The KR academy has been thriving of late with prop forward Zach Fishwick seeing game time last year and being rewarded with a first-team squad number (31) in Monday’s announcement.
New head coach Peters said in an interview with BBC Radio Humberside that he plans to use the club’s academy on a regular basis next season as he looks to promote from within.
Moore will now go through recovery rehab with the aim of returning ahead of the 2024 season.